Melbourne Meeting – April 2013

April 2013

Delphi and .NET – Adam Johnston (Novuslogic)

Adam talked about accessing the .NET framework from Delphi using the open source JVCL library. For a summary of Adam’s presentation with some examples see this blog post. The examples can be downloaded from GitHub.… Continue reading ›

Sydney Meeting – November 2009

November 2009

Using .NET Assemblies in Delphi – Paul Berger

Paul will show us what his development team at Happen Business has achieved with RemObjects Hydra. In particular

* Using .Net within Delphi
* Delphi 2010 conversion
* .Net DLL in databases
* using RemObjects between Delphi and .Net… Continue reading ›

Brisbane Meeting – February 2007

Monday 26 February 2007

.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers – Alex Fekken (Fekken IT Services)

This month IT Books Online and their distributer Woodslane have offered the Brisbane chapter of ADUG two copies of the book “.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers” by Jon Shemitz.… Continue reading ›

Sydney Meeting – January 2007

January 2007

Concurrency Handling in Win32 World – Craig Goodall

We will look at concurrency handling in Delphi Win32. How to detect changes made by another user since you selected your resultset and how to handle them efficiently. This solution is based on Firebird, IBX and “visual” inheritence on Datamodules.… Continue reading ›

Adelaide Meeting – May 2004

Monday 03 May 2004

.NET Developer Conference Review

Jon, Emlyn and George will recap the events of the 2004 ADUG .Net Developer Workshop. This 2 day event held in Sydney and Melbourne is Australia’s only chance to mix with the cream of the International Delphi presenters this year.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meetings – 2003

December Graeme Grieve: Porting Indy to .NET.

November Bryan Dayton: Tricks With TEdit
Committee members: Programming competition results followed by general discussion

The Competition Requirements and Results can be found here Sub String Searching – Competition Rules’ And Sub String Searching – Results’

October Don MacRae: A presentation on one way to do Properties dialogs followed by discussion and synthesis of all points of view

September Annual AGM followed by Peter Hinrichsen and Ian Krigsman: TechInsite Object Persistence Framework.… Continue reading ›